These artworks explore the relationship between man and his environment, situated in the contrived context of society. They function as a continually developing narrative, building up a complex existence of the figure that I developed in my first piece ‘Devolution’.
The original series of 5 Lino Prints maps out a human’s progression through life. Despite one’s growth and development, the being is paradoxically deconstructed at the expense of a consumptive society. The repetition of basic geometry metaphorically stands for the loss of individuality in a maze of homogeny.
These fragments of authenticity are gradually pieced back together through my other works; each image unfurling another insight into the life of the figure. The idea parallels human temperament. There is nothing concrete about the individual; constantly subject to change, both deliberate and consequentially. They are unpredictable beings, and my artwork intends to embrace this progression amid a moving environment, so that the individual may be preserved rather than disparaged.
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- Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne
- Bachelor of Architecture (first year), RMIT
- Florence Angel Academy of Art
- 2012 National Gallery of Victoria
- 2012 Melbourne Museum, Victoria
- 2013 Department of Education, Victoria
- 2010 Caulfield Grammar School Art Prize
- 2011 Caulfield Grammar School Art Prize
- 2012 Caulfield Grammar School Art Prize